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Partner with us

Join Forces for Change

Partner With DiD For
Equity in Healthcare

Collaboration drives equitable change in healthcare. Partner with us to open doors to innovative diabetes care for diverse and underrepresented communities.



Why Partner With Us

At Diversity in Diabetes, we believe in the power of collaboration to drive meaningful change in diabetes care. By partnering with like-minded organizations, we aim to amplify awareness, expand educational opportunities, and foster a more inclusive approach to healthcare.

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Research Studies

Collaborate with us on research studies centered around diabetes, contributing to groundbreaking insights that benefit diverse communities.

Speaking Engagements

 Speaking Engagements

Amplify your organization's voice by joining us in speaking engagements, sharing knowledge, and advocating for inclusive diabetes care.

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Podcast Appearances

Connect with diverse audiences through podcast appearances, discussing crucial topics related to diabetes care, education, and health equity.

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Participate in or host events that promote awareness, education, and community engagement in the realm of diabetes care.

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Community Engagement

Partner with us to engage with communities, building meaningful connections and supporting initiatives that address diabetes disparities.

Working Remotely


Offer or participate in internship opportunities, fostering the growth of future leaders dedicated to promoting diversity in diabetes care.


How to Partner

Ready to forge a partnership that makes a difference? We invite organizations passionate about diversity, education, and equitable healthcare to join hands with Diversity in Diabetes. Together, we can create a lasting impact on diabetes care for diverse communities.

Complete our partnership application form to explore collaboration opportunities that align with your organization's mission and values. Let's work together to build a healthier, more inclusive future in diabetes care.

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